The Nantucket Trading Company is an exclusive brand of premium quality paint with a light and natural colour palette inspired by the historic homes, iconic lighthouses, open harbours and dramatic beaches of Nantucket island. These are the “Original Colours of New England” that are always popular here.
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About The Nantucket Trading Company
Our Original Colours of New England range is a premium / luxury brand of high quality paint with a light and natural colour palette of 25 shades inspired by the historic homes and architecture, iconic lighthouses, open harbours and dramatic beaches of Nantucket island. The Nantucket Trading Company and iPatch are registered trademarks of The Colour & Decor Company Ltd. We are an innovative online paint retailer and with our unique iPatch colour test swatches have done away with the need for messy, environmentally damaging tester pots and revolutionised the way that paint is chosen, tested and bought.
Our paint is produced exclusively by Craig & Rose, the oldest independent paint manufacturer in the UK. Craig & Rose was founded in 1829 and has impeccable credentials. Their heritage and specialist premium paints have been applied on everything from the Forth Bridge to palaces, grand houses, royal yachts to iconic modern architectural buildings.
Innovation: The iPatch colour test system
The innovative iPatch® is a world first in home colour testing. The iPatch® is a sheet of real paint with a low-tack backing that can be fixed and peeled off numerous times without cracking, flaking or losing adhesion. Its smart design means it does not cause damage or leave marks, yet it can be applied to multiple surfaces, including walls, picture & dado rails, skirting boards and architraves. Easily portable, the iPatch® makes comparing paint colours in shops with fabrics, cushions, furniture and accessories, in store, effortless. The iPatch® eliminates the need for tester pots, which are time-consuming to apply, create an unsightly after-effect, and are a real nuisance to paint over.
Watch the iPatch in action here: iPatch Video